Tag: Hyundai Ioniq

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric And Ioniq Electric Get 250 kWh Of Free Charging

Hyundai has committed to providing 250 kilowatt-hours of complimentary Electrify America ultra-fast charging for owners of the 2021 Kona Electric and 2021 Ioniq Electric. Owners of the brand’s electric vehicles can use the network through the Electrify America smartphone app and according to Hyundai, 250 kWh of charging equals about 1,000 miles of EPA-estimated driving […]

Read More

Hyundai Could Replace Battery Packs Of All Kona EVs In Korea Due To Fire Risk

Hyundai may soon begin the arduous task of replacing the battery packs of up to 100,000 vehicles. Following a series of fires with the Hyundai Kona EV, Korean publication Aju News claims that the company will replace the battery packs of 77,000 Kona EVs, while also replacing the battery packs used by IONIQ PHEV and […]

Read More

Hyundai Ioniq Lawsuit Claims Car Didn’t Have Safety Assist Systems As Advertised

Hyundai has been hit with a class-action lawsuit in California from a disgruntled Ioniq owner. According to the Ioniq Limited owner who filed the lawsuit, he purchased the vehicle in June 2020 and alleges that, on the window sticker, it was listed as having Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist when in fact […]

Read More

Hyundai Unveils Ioniq Concept Cabin Previewing Future EV Interiors

Six weeks after Hyundai launched its Ioniq sub-brand that’s dedicated to electric vehicles, the car manufacturer unveiled its Ioniq Concept Cabin, a “vision of future dedicated EV in-car customer experiences.” The Ioniq Concept Cabin was made in partnership with LG Electronics and includes a ceiling-mounted 77-inch flexible OLED screen that pumps sound through speakers in […]

Read More

Asian Brands Dominate Survey Naming Most Satisfying Cars To Own For 2020 In The UK

The Kia Sorento has been crowned Britain’s most satisfying car to own in Auto Express’ 2020 Driver Power rankings, which surveys new car satisfaction. The survey saw the Sorento take top honors with an impressive score of 92.05%. The Korean SUV was also rated to have the best interior, as well as the best practicality […]

Read More

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Gains 46 Miles Of Range, But Costs Nearly $3,000 More

Hyundai introduced the 2020 Ioniq Electric at the Los Angeles Auto Show and now the company has announced pricing will start at $33,045. That’s a significant jump from last year’s price of $30,315 but the 2020 Ioniq Electric features a larger 38.3 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. This increases the range from 124 miles (200 km) […]

Read More